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1 Key Stage Three Resources

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3 The key aim for the week is: To ensure all young people are equipped to recognise and challenge bullying behaviour wherever it happens - whether face to face or in cyberspace.

4 Learning outcomes Explore the role of digital technologies in online relationships Understand risky forms of self- disclosure and their possible consequences Know what sexting is and the risks associated with sexting

5 Ground rules Listen and respect other people’s points of view Offer help and support when it is needed Some issues will be sensitive – think about how others might be feeling before responding Confidentiality & disclosure Join in and have fun

6 Ice breaker – Diamond Ranking

7 Online relationships How might young people in a relationships communicate using digital technologies

8 Online relationships How do people in relationships communicate differently online than they might face-to-face?

9 They might : Say things online that they wouldn’t say face-to-face. Share things online anytime, which makes them feel closer, even when they’re apart. Have misunderstandings because they can’t see each others facial expressions or hear tone of voice.

10 What is sexting?

11 Sexting is……… The sending or receiving of sexually explicit content via text messages, smart phones, or visual and web activities such as social networking sites.

12 Why do you think young people sext each other?

13 Reasons young people sext each other: As a form of flirting As a way to show another “what they can get” if that person dates them As a sign that they are in a trusting and loving relationship

14 Reasons young people sext each other: As a signal that they want to take their relationship to the next level As an expression of their sexuality Because they are bored and feel like doing something exciting

15 ‘Exposed’ A short film about the risk associated with sexting?

16 Discussion points Why do you think the young women sent the pictures to her boyfriend? Who do you think was most affected by the sexting in the film? Who do you think is to blame?

17 What might be the negative consequences of sexting?

18 These might include: Sexually explicit photo or message might be forwarded to other people Picture could be posted on other people’s social network sites or websites Might be seen by friends, classmates, teachers, parents, and strangers

19 These might include: Possibility of being bullied or harass them They might get in trouble at school and at home, police might be involved They might be embarrassed if the sext turns up in the future

20 Is it ever okay to sext?

21 Do you think boys & girls who sext are treated the same way? Why do you think this is?

22 Use humour: “Ha Ha! Real funny!” Say how uncomfortable you feel: “I’m really uncomfortable doing that.” Emphasise feelings: “If you really cared for me, you wouldn’t ask me to do that.” Change the subject: “Um, let’s do something else, okay?” Ways to avoid sexting

23 Ways to build a relationship online Write a text, or IM telling the person you are thinking of him or her. Plan a special date, then text your partner clues about what it might be, and when and where you should meet. Spend time online together, but only share really private stuff when you are together in person.

24 Key Stage Four Resources

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26 The key aim for the week is: To ensure all young people are equipped to recognise and challenge bullying behaviour wherever it happens - whether face to face or in cyberspace.

27 Learning outcomes Young people think critically about the information they post online about themselves Enable young people to explore their digital footprint Understand the importance of their online reputation

28 Ground rules Listen and respect other people’s points of view Offer help and support when it is needed Some issues will be sensitive – think about how others might be feeling before responding Join in and have fun

29 Ice breaker – Diamond Ranking

30 Interesting fact……………….. In 2011, 35% of colleges had rejected a young person’s application based on: Inappropriate photos they had placed online Online discussion about drinking or using drugs Saying hurtful things about other people online Lied about qualifications

31 Whenever we use new technologies we leave information behind about ourselves. The trail or "footprint" that we leave online is often referred to as our digital footprint.

32 My digital footprint What sort of information do you leave about yourself online and where do you leave it?

33 My digital footprint Be aware of your digital footprint Be responsible for your digital footprint

34 Discussion points Who has ever ‘googled’ their own name? Why did you ‘google’ yourself? What could your digital footprint tell others about you? Does your digital footprint portray you in a positive light? Would you want a college, university or future employer to see your digital footprints?

35 Managing your online reputation

36 What do we mean when we talk about our online reputation?

37 Managing your online reputation What types of information have you seen posted online by other young people, which might be considered inappropriate? What kind of reputations that are being created by the information?

38 Digital Profiles Evaluate the two online profiles of students for content that might be deemed to be: Offensive Negative Illegal Too revealing of privacy information

39 Managing your online reputation List the things that might harm your online reputation and why Ways to maintain your digital reputation

40 REMEMBER Think before you post The internet never forgets!


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